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On mine (Honda HS55) it turned out to be gummy old grease on the shaft and the lever that are supposed to lock the auger lever down. The spring couldn't overpower the sticky old grease. If nudged or given enough time, it would slowly turn and lock, but not instantaneously, as it should.
10 mm wrench to remove the nut (bottom left) and bolt (under handle) holding on the metal cover.
Once cover was off I could see the locking lever, spring, and the shaft that had the gummy grease on it.
The third photo shows the locking lever as it should be engaged. I had to push it to engage it, due to the spring not being strong enough for the gummy grease on the shaft.
There are flat sides on the shaft, behind the threads for the nut that has already been removed. Use a wrench on those to turn the shaft out. Disassemble. Clean. Oil. Reassemble. Works great now.
Another possibility is that your locking lever or spring are broken.
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Honda Snowblower... | Answered on Dec 19, 2013


Maybe you can ask your supplier to get the wiring diagram

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Jan 06, 2020


Check oil alert switch, ignition switch and connections.

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Dec 30, 2019


Honda generator? Please ask your supplier for the answer. They can help you.

Diesel generator set problem support: www.dieselgeneratortech.com

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Dec 04, 2019


If you need more support, we recommend you a support website, you can search your answer on the website: www.dieselgeneratortech.com

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Oct 15, 2019


If you need more support, please visit www.dieselgeneratortech.com

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


For your question, i have replied many people, why generator set can start but not generate electricity?
Here is some reasons for reference:
1.After the diesel generator is stopped, the residual magnetism is often lost, because the material used for the magnetic pole of the exciter is close to the soft steel, and the residual magnetism is small. After the shutdown, when there is no current in the excitation winding, the magnetic field will disappear.
2.The magnetic pole of the diesel generator loses its magnetic properties.
3.Damage of excitation circuit components or circuit breakage, short circuit or grounding phenomena.
4.The exciter brush is not in good contact with the commutator and pressure of brush holder is insufficient.
5.Excitation winding wiring error, opposite polarity.
6.Stator winding and rotor winding of generator set open circuit.
7.Poor contact between diesel generator brush and slip ring, or insufficient brush pressure.
8.Diesel generator lead wire wiring is loose or switch contact is poor.
9.The fuse box is fused.
10.The "auto-manual-de-excitation" switch on the control panel is in the de-excitation position (automatic generator set has "auto-manual-de-excitation" switch).
11.The voltmeter is damaged.
12.Rotary rectifier module is damaged.

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Oct 09, 2019


Most of the time it is either the Capacitor or AVR that has blown (depending on what is fitted on your generator.). Check out our videos on how to test them.
We hold a full range of Generator AVRs and Capacitors. https://www.generatorguru.com

We have a whole Help Center and Engineers dedicated to helping people fix their Portable Generators. In addition to this we have a "Parts Search Service" if the part is not listed on our site. Check us out on our site. https://www.generatorguru.com/
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Honda Electrical... | Answered on Aug 19, 2019


I think there is overload .kindly measure ur load of consumption. Do not run the generator set with high load it can be cause of circuit breaker Tripp off .

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Jul 27, 2019


you probably have either a bad capacitor or more likely a short stator winding due to previous overloading

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


Verify that the double gang circuit breaker is good on both sides. Check for loose wire on breaker or receptacle.

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


Hi!

We have a put together a guide here to assist you in these situations. It will guide you through testing and repairing the Generator. : https://www.generatorguru.com/need-help/
If you need any further help our Generator Engineers are happy to assist you.

Regards,The Generator Guru Team
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Honda Electrical... | Answered on May 31, 2019


use your car battery and jump it. you cannot get too big a battery. big is better.

Honda Electrical... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019


If it's on a Ryobi Generator then it should be a real Honda Engine. It's possible that it's a knock off or was replaced with one. If you bought it new from a reputable source then it's real, if it's used or came from an offshore source for a really low price then it's a good possibility that it's a kkoxk off. In all honesty, from my experience they do a great job with the knock off engines & they're usually reliable and last a normal life span similar to a real name brand.

Either way, that mechanical Issue Remains, I'm assuming you're refering to the valve being stuck and basically keeping the engine locked up and not allowing it to the over when attempting to start it. Sounds likely. Did you take the spark plug out and turn it over to see if it'll turn over at all to ensure it's not just totally locked up? My suggestion would be to Remove the valve cover and spark plug so that you can see the valvetrain in action when(if so) it is turning over and observe it to see if your valve theory is correct!

Thanks and good luck my friend, see the infinity below please, have a great day!
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Honda Electrical... | Answered on Mar 18, 2019

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